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 by   JakeWharton Java Version: Current License: Apache-2.0

 by   JakeWharton Java Version: Current License: Apache-2.0

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u2020 is a Java library typically used in Programming Style, Dependency Injection applications. u2020 has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. However u2020 has 2 bugs and it has 3 vulnerabilities. You can download it from GitHub.
a sample android app which showcases advanced usage of dagger among other open source libraries. [watch the corresponding talk][video] or [view the slides][slides]. the objectgraph is created in the u2020app's oncreate method. the modules class provides a single method, list, which returns the list of module instances to use. in order to add functionality in the debug version of the app, this class is only present in the release/ and debug/ build type folders. the release version only includes the u2020module while the debug version includes both u2020module and debugu2020module, the latter of which is only present in the debug/ build type folder and is an override module. through the use of dagger overrides, the debug version of the app adds a slew of debugging features to the app which are presented in the debug drawer™. the drawer is opened by a bezel swipe from the right of the screen. from here you can change and view all of the developer options of the application. the drawer is provided by the simple interface viewcontainer. this is an indirection that the single activity uses to fetch its container into which it can place its content. the default implementation returns the android-provided content
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  • u2020 has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 5740 star(s) with 973 fork(s). There are 344 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 12 open issues and 70 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 103 days. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of u2020 is current.
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  • u2020 has 2 bugs (0 blocker, 0 critical, 0 major, 2 minor) and 96 code smells.
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  • u2020 has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • u2020 code analysis shows 3 unresolved vulnerabilities (0 blocker, 2 critical, 1 major, 0 minor).
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • u2020 is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
  • Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.
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  • u2020 releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
  • Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
  • Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
  • u2020 saves you 3326 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 7138 lines of code, 523 functions and 152 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed u2020 and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into u2020 implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Setup the Network section .
  • Synchronized .
  • Initializes the debug view .
  • Submit a report report
  • Save the external storage
  • Loads an image from the disk .
  • Draws the insets .
  • Handles an access token .
  • Fill the extras view .
  • Display a telest dialog .

u2020 Key Features

A sample Android app which showcases advanced usage of Dagger among other open source libraries.

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@Singleton class MockFoo() {
  @Inject MockFoo() {}
  // ...
}

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Copyright 2014 Jake Wharton

Save unicode characters to .pdf in R

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library(tidyverse)

quartz(type = 'pdf', file = 'test.pdf')

ggplot() +
    geom_point(data = data.frame(x=1, y=1), aes(x,y), shape = "\u2191") +
    geom_point(data = data.frame(x=2, y=2), aes(x,y), shape = "\u2020")
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p <- ggplot() +
  geom_point(data = data.frame(x=1, y=1), aes(x,y), shape = "\u2191", size=4) +
  geom_point(data = data.frame(x=2, y=2), aes(x,y), shape = "\u2020", size=4)
# using pdf() gives me warnings and does not work
pdf('test.pdf')
print(p)
dev.off()

# using cairo_pdf() works
pdf('test_cairo.pdf')
print(p)
dev.off()
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p <- ggplot() +
  geom_point(data = data.frame(x=1, y=1), aes(x,y), shape = "\u2191", size=4) +
  geom_point(data = data.frame(x=2, y=2), aes(x,y), shape = "\u2020", size=4)
# using pdf() gives me warnings and does not work
pdf('test.pdf')
print(p)
dev.off()

# using cairo_pdf() works
pdf('test_cairo.pdf')
print(p)
dev.off()
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#--- A function to install missing packages and load them all
myfxLoadPackages = function (PACKAGES) {
  lapply(PACKAGES, FUN = function(x) {
    if (suppressWarnings(!require(x, character.only = TRUE))) {
      install.packages(x, dependencies = TRUE, repos = "https://cran.rstudio.com/")
    }
  })
  lapply(PACKAGES, FUN = function(x) library(x, character.only = TRUE))
}

packages = c("ggplot2","gridExtra","grid","png")
myfxLoadPackages(packages)

#--- The trick to get unicode characters being printed on pdf files:
#--- 1. Create a temporary file, say "temp.png"
#--- 2. Create the pdf file using pdf() or cairo_pdf(), say "UnicodeToPDF.pdf"
#--- 3. Combine the use of grid.arrange (from gridExtra), rasterGrob (from grid), and readPNG (from png) to insert the
#       temp.png file into the UnicodeToPDF.pdf file
test.plot = ggplot() +
  geom_point(data = data.frame(x=1, y=1), aes(x,y), shape = "\u2191", size=3.5) +
  geom_point(data = data.frame(x=2, y=2), aes(x,y), shape = "\u2020", size=3.5) +
  geom_point(data = data.frame(x=1.2, y=1.2), aes(x,y), shape = -10122, size=3.5, color="#FF7F00") +
  geom_point(data = data.frame(x=1.4, y=1.4), aes(x,y), shape = -129322, size=3.5, color="#FB9A99") +
  geom_point(data = data.frame(x=1.7, y=1.7), aes(x,y), shape = -128515, size=5, color="#1F78B4")
ggsave("temp.png", plot = test.plot, width = 80, height = 80, units = "mm")
#--- Refer to http://xahlee.info/comp/unicode_index.html to see more unicode character integers

pdf("UnicodeToPDF.pdf")
grid.arrange(
  rasterGrob(
    readPNG(
      "temp.png",
      native=F
    )
  )
)
dev.off()

file.remove("temp.png")

pyodbc doesn't correctly deal with unicode data

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cnxn.setdecoding(pyodbc.SQL_CHAR, encoding='utf-8')
cnxn.setdecoding(pyodbc.SQL_WCHAR, encoding='utf-8')
cnxn.setencoding(encoding='utf-8')
cnxn.setdecoding(pyodbc.SQL_WMETADATA, encoding='utf-32le')
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cnxn.setdecoding(pyodbc.SQL_CHAR, encoding='utf-8')
cnxn.setdecoding(pyodbc.SQL_WCHAR, encoding='utf-8')
cnxn.setencoding(encoding='utf-8')
cnxn.setdecoding(pyodbc.SQL_WMETADATA, encoding='utf-32le')

Highchart bar pagination

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Highcharts.chart('container', {
    chart: {
        marginBottom: 100
    },
    legend: {
        enabled: false
    },
    series: [{
        type: 'column',
        data: getData(100)
    }]
}, function(chart) {
    var dataLength = chart.series[0].data.length,
        buttonsNum = 3,
        btnTop = chart.plotHeight + chart.plotTop + 40,
        options = {
            str: '<<',
            x: 0,
            y: btnTop,
            step: dataLength / buttonsNum
        };

    chart.xAxis[0].setExtremes(0, options.step);
    chart.customBtns = [];

    for (var i = 0; i < buttonsNum; i++) {
        if (!i) {
            renderBtn(options, chart);
            options.str = '<';
            renderBtn(options, chart);
        }
        options.str = i + 1;
        renderBtn(options, chart);

        if (i === buttonsNum - 1) {
            options.str = '>';
            renderBtn(options, chart);
            options.str = '>>';
            renderBtn(options, chart);
        }
    }
    placeBtns(chart);
});

function renderBtn(options, chart) {
    chart.customBtns.push(chart.renderer.button(
            options.str,
            options.x,
            options.y,
            function() {
                setRange.call(this, options, chart.xAxis[0]);
            })
        .attr({
            width: 20
        })
        .add());

    options.x += options.width;
}

function setRange(options, axis) {
    var textStr = this.text.textStr,
        min,
        max;

    if (Highcharts.isNumber(textStr)) {
        min = (textStr - 1) * options.step;
        max = (textStr - 1) * options.step + options.step;
    } else {
        switch (textStr) {
            case '<<':
                min = 0;
                max = options.step;
                break;

            case '<':
                if (!axis.min) {
                    min = axis.min;
                    max = axis.max;
                } else {
                    min = axis.min - options.step;
                    max = axis.min;
                }

                break;

            case '>>':
                min = axis.dataMax - options.step + 1;
                max = axis.dataMax + 1
                break;

            case '>':
                if (axis.max >= axis.dataMax) {
                    min = axis.min;
                    max = axis.max;
                } else {
                    min = axis.max;
                    max = axis.max + options.step;
                }
                break;
        }
    }

    axis.setExtremes(min, max);
}

function placeBtns(chart) {
    var btns = chart.customBtns,
        btnsWidth = 0,
        x;

    btns.forEach(function(btn) {
        btnsWidth += btn.getBBox().width
    });

    x = (chart.chartWidth - btnsWidth) / 2;

    btns.forEach(function(btn) {
        btn.attr({
            x: x
        });
        x += btn.getBBox().width
    });
}

Using a list of unicodes in a python regex

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>>> print(letters[195:198])
[u'\u0127', u'-', u'\xb2']
>>> re.compile("[" + "".join(letters[195:198]) + "]+")
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/Users/mj/Development/venvs/stackoverflow-2.7/lib/python2.7/re.py", line 194, in compile
    return _compile(pattern, flags)
  File "/Users/mj/Development/venvs/stackoverflow-2.7/lib/python2.7/re.py", line 251, in _compile
    raise error, v # invalid expression
sre_constants.error: bad character range
setmeta = {u'\\': u'\\\\', u'-': u'\\-', u']': u'\\]'}
regex = re.compile("[" + "".join([setmeta.get(l, l) for l in letters]) + "]+")
>>> re.compile("[" + "".join([setmeta.get(l, l) for l in letters]) + "]+")
<_sre.SRE_Pattern object at 0x7f8442503740>
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>>> print(letters[195:198])
[u'\u0127', u'-', u'\xb2']
>>> re.compile("[" + "".join(letters[195:198]) + "]+")
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/Users/mj/Development/venvs/stackoverflow-2.7/lib/python2.7/re.py", line 194, in compile
    return _compile(pattern, flags)
  File "/Users/mj/Development/venvs/stackoverflow-2.7/lib/python2.7/re.py", line 251, in _compile
    raise error, v # invalid expression
sre_constants.error: bad character range
setmeta = {u'\\': u'\\\\', u'-': u'\\-', u']': u'\\]'}
regex = re.compile("[" + "".join([setmeta.get(l, l) for l in letters]) + "]+")
>>> re.compile("[" + "".join([setmeta.get(l, l) for l in letters]) + "]+")
<_sre.SRE_Pattern object at 0x7f8442503740>
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>>> print(letters[195:198])
[u'\u0127', u'-', u'\xb2']
>>> re.compile("[" + "".join(letters[195:198]) + "]+")
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/Users/mj/Development/venvs/stackoverflow-2.7/lib/python2.7/re.py", line 194, in compile
    return _compile(pattern, flags)
  File "/Users/mj/Development/venvs/stackoverflow-2.7/lib/python2.7/re.py", line 251, in _compile
    raise error, v # invalid expression
sre_constants.error: bad character range
setmeta = {u'\\': u'\\\\', u'-': u'\\-', u']': u'\\]'}
regex = re.compile("[" + "".join([setmeta.get(l, l) for l in letters]) + "]+")
>>> re.compile("[" + "".join([setmeta.get(l, l) for l in letters]) + "]+")
<_sre.SRE_Pattern object at 0x7f8442503740>
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>>> print(letters[195:198])
[u'\u0127', u'-', u'\xb2']
>>> re.compile("[" + "".join(letters[195:198]) + "]+")
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/Users/mj/Development/venvs/stackoverflow-2.7/lib/python2.7/re.py", line 194, in compile
    return _compile(pattern, flags)
  File "/Users/mj/Development/venvs/stackoverflow-2.7/lib/python2.7/re.py", line 251, in _compile
    raise error, v # invalid expression
sre_constants.error: bad character range
setmeta = {u'\\': u'\\\\', u'-': u'\\-', u']': u'\\]'}
regex = re.compile("[" + "".join([setmeta.get(l, l) for l in letters]) + "]+")
>>> re.compile("[" + "".join([setmeta.get(l, l) for l in letters]) + "]+")
<_sre.SRE_Pattern object at 0x7f8442503740>

Python - convert unicode and hex to unicode

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>>> from ftfy import fix_text
>>> fix_text(s)
u'\u30e9\u30d6\u30e9\u30a4\u30d6!\u30b9\u30af\u30fc\u30eb\u30a2\u30a4\u30c9\u30eb\u30d5\u30a7\u30b9\u30c6\u30a3\u30d0\u30eb(\u30b9\u30af\u30d5\u30a7\u30b9)'
>>> print fix_text(s)
ラブライブ!スクールアイドルフェスティバル(スクフェス)
>>> ftfy.fixes.fix_one_step_and_explain(s)[-1]
[(u'encode', u'sloppy-windows-1252', 0), (u'decode', u'utf-8', 0)]
>>> print s.encode('sloppy-cp1252').decode('utf8').encode('sloppy-cp1252').decode('utf8')
ラブライブ!スクールアイドルフェスティバル(スクフェス)
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>>> from ftfy import fix_text
>>> fix_text(s)
u'\u30e9\u30d6\u30e9\u30a4\u30d6!\u30b9\u30af\u30fc\u30eb\u30a2\u30a4\u30c9\u30eb\u30d5\u30a7\u30b9\u30c6\u30a3\u30d0\u30eb(\u30b9\u30af\u30d5\u30a7\u30b9)'
>>> print fix_text(s)
ラブライブ!スクールアイドルフェスティバル(スクフェス)
>>> ftfy.fixes.fix_one_step_and_explain(s)[-1]
[(u'encode', u'sloppy-windows-1252', 0), (u'decode', u'utf-8', 0)]
>>> print s.encode('sloppy-cp1252').decode('utf8').encode('sloppy-cp1252').decode('utf8')
ラブライブ!スクールアイドルフェスティバル(スクフェス)
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>>> from ftfy import fix_text
>>> fix_text(s)
u'\u30e9\u30d6\u30e9\u30a4\u30d6!\u30b9\u30af\u30fc\u30eb\u30a2\u30a4\u30c9\u30eb\u30d5\u30a7\u30b9\u30c6\u30a3\u30d0\u30eb(\u30b9\u30af\u30d5\u30a7\u30b9)'
>>> print fix_text(s)
ラブライブ!スクールアイドルフェスティバル(スクフェス)
>>> ftfy.fixes.fix_one_step_and_explain(s)[-1]
[(u'encode', u'sloppy-windows-1252', 0), (u'decode', u'utf-8', 0)]
>>> print s.encode('sloppy-cp1252').decode('utf8').encode('sloppy-cp1252').decode('utf8')
ラブライブ!スクールアイドルフェスティバル(スクフェス)

Gradle can not merge dex after Android Studio update

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implementation('com.octo.android.robospice:robospice:1.4.14') {
    exclude module: 'commons-io'
}

Language Localisation

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[cell.btnDescription setTitle:[[arrCards objectAtIndex:indexPath.row] valueForKey:wCARD_DESC] forState:UIControlStateNormal];
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[cell.btnDescription setTitle:[NSString stringWithUTF8String:[[[arrCards objectAtIndex:indexPath.row] valueForKey:wCARD_DESC] cStringUsingEncoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding]] forState:UIControlStateNormal];

Add folders under src, and show them in project view

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  productFlavors {
      internal {
          applicationId 'com.jakewharton.u2020.internal'
      }
      production {
          applicationId 'com.jakewharton.u2020'
      }
  }

Community Discussions

Trending Discussions on u2020
  • From wide form to long form using gather function
  • Save unicode characters to .pdf in R
  • pyodbc doesn't correctly deal with unicode data
  • Highchart bar pagination
  • Using a list of unicodes in a python regex
  • Python - convert unicode and hex to unicode
  • Gradle can not merge dex after Android Studio update
  • Language Localisation
  • Add folders under src, and show them in project view
Trending Discussions on u2020

QUESTION

From wide form to long form using gather function

Asked 2021-May-27 at 09:42

Suppose that we have a data set including six variables and id variable like below:


id v2019 v2020 v2021 u2019 u2020 u2021

In this case, if we use Stata we can make this long form very easily using the "reshape" command like below.

reshape long v u, i(id) j(year) => id v u

But, when I use the gather function in tidyr package, this function makes just three columns every time.

data %>% gather(key = "key, value = "value")

=> id key value

that is gather function gathers "every" columb with out seperate of different variables suchs as u and v.

So my question is that how can I imitate the function of reshape in stata using gather in r.

thank you for your time spent to read this question.

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Feb-06 at 20:16

Can you reshape the data using more conventional methods and then use the tidyr package?

A minimal example of your code (and data) would be helpful to understand where goes wrong.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66047913

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Vulnerabilities

No vulnerabilities reported

Install u2020

You can download it from GitHub.
You can use u2020 like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the u2020 component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .

Support

For any new features, suggestions and bugs create an issue on GitHub. If you have any questions check and ask questions on community page Stack Overflow .

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